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SB bankruptcy ends

SB Releases Explanation of its Bankruptcy Actions

San Bernardino is  out of bankruptcy. The city’s plan of adjustment took effect June 15, and it has begun to make payments to its creditors according to the terms of that, according to a statement released Monday by the city. Those payments were halted in August 2012, when San Bernardino …

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RC selected for city improvement program

Innovation Awards

Rancho Cucamonga has been selected to participate in What Work Cities, a nationwide initiative sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies. The program allows cities across the United States that use data and evidence to improve the quality of living for residents to improve on those efforts  – “to go further with what …

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Palm Springs enforces vacation rental restrictions

Palm Springs has issued 185 citations for violations of its Vacation Rental Ordinance since the start of this year, including eight suspensions of rental permits and six that are being permanently revoked, according to a statement. The ordinance, which the city council approved in March after numerous complaints from residents, …

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City recognized for innovation

Riverside has been named one of the top five U.S. cities for innovation by an online publication. Governing magazine, which covers state and local government nationwide, named Riverside one of the top “Equipt to Innovate” cities, according to a statement. The survey measures how well cities perform in strategic planning …

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Input sought for new library

Riverside Wants a New Library

Riverside wants to know what its residents would like to see in the city’s new main library. Public meetings where residents may voice their opinions are scheduled for 5 p.m. on June 15 and July 21 at the Art Pick City Council Chamber, Riverside City Hall, 3900 Main St. Riverside …

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County hands out pink slips

Layoffs in Inland Empire

Riverside County is laying off 32 employees. Layoff notices were sent to 23 code enforcement officers and one member of the Transportation & Land Management Agency during the last week of May, according to multiple reports. Eight employees in the Supply and Printing Services Division were also let go, and …

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